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Office 365: Fewer Customers Than Microsoft Thinks

June 29, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Dave Linthicum

Microsoft Office 365 is not getting as much play as I thought, other than the reality check by my colleague Galen Gruman that this cloud service works well on Windows but not on other platforms, including mobile. Oh Microsoft, we thought you changed.

There will be plenty of hype over the next few weeks, so let’s not tread that ground. Instead let’s try to understand what this means for the enterprise market — that is, whether you should make the move.

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